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Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 13:22:16 -0400
From: "Fred W." <Fred.Willsnospamove this to reply to' myrealbox.com>
Subject: Re: Need advice


"Kristian Steve Jensen" <dat0hksjnospam.hitos.no> wrote in message news:2uciivF28r984U1nospamberlin.de... >I need some advice regarding a decision that might change my future... > Lately I've been suspecting that my girlfriend is cheating on me. There > has been several signs, her cellphone calls and she hangs up when I'm > around, and if I answer it, whoever it is hangs up. She often goes out > with her "girlfriends", and whenever I ask which ones, it's always someone > from her work that I don't know who is. > I always try to look for her taxi when she comes home, but she always > walks the last bit to our house, and I hear a car pull away. Maybe it > isn't a taxi? > A couple of days ago I picked up her cell just to check the time, and she > freaked out and told me to stay the fuck away from her phone and called me > a spy. Anyway, I haven't confronted her yet. I think deep inside I didn't > want to know the truth, but last night I decided to check on her. I > decided to hide behind my car to get a view of the whole street and see > which car she came home in. While I was crouching down behind the car, I > noticed lots of rust in my wheel well. Do you think I should take this to > a bodyshop and get it fixed, or should I try to fix it myself? Considering that the wheelwell liner is plastic, you have some very serious problem if it is rusting. I would definitely take it to an expert as home repairs can be worse than the original problem. Oh, and as far as the girlfriend, no big deal... just ditch her. You know, girlfriends can easily be replaced, but a good condition SAAB is hard to find. -Fred W

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